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        06-12-2012, 12:21 PM
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    I am sorry that I don't have more specific advice for you , regarding treatment of the hocks. I just wanted to comment on how very gracious you have been to each and every person who offered their thoughts and (sometimes conflicting) advice to you. This is such a refreshing attitude for someone to have on a public forum, where you really take a risk when you ask for open opinions/ideas. You never know whether you will agree with what comes your way or not, but you have been very respectful to each respondent and willing to hear what they say.
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        06-12-2012, 02:43 PM
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    Thank you, that means alot. I appreciate any help to get my horse feeling good again :)
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    I am sorry that I don't have more specific advice for you , regarding treatment of the hocks. I just wanted to comment on how very gracious you have been to each and every person who offered their thoughts and (sometimes conflicting) advice to you. This is such a refreshing attitude for someone to have on a public forum, where you really take a risk when you ask for open opinions/ideas. You never know whether you will agree with what comes your way or not, but you have been very respectful to each respondent and willing to hear what they say.
         

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